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    BLOG BOOK TOUR: The Lock In by Phoebe Luckhurst [Review]

    **The Lock In was sent to me for free in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Michael Joseph/Penguin Random House for having me on the tour.** Summary Ellen and Alexa have survived hangovers, dodgy landlords and most of their twenties together.But can they survive this? One Saturday morning, while nursing The Hangover from Hell, a flooded kitchen leads best mates Ellen and Alexa, and hapless housemate Jack, into their attic to turn off the water supply. But when Ben – Alexa’s date from the night before – walks in, the door slams, the handle breaks and all four of them are trapped. Cue The Worst morning-after-the-night before. As the…

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    BOOK BLOG TOUR: Legal Crime by Samiksha Bhattacharjee [Author Guest Blog]

    When this landed in my inbox (thanks to Random Things Tours), I was over the moon because not only does it sound fantastic – but Samiksha is only thirteen years old! Isn’t it an incredible feat that she already has a published book? I truly believe in fostering young talent and letting it flourish so I wanted Samiksha to give us an insight into herself, and Legal Crime in her own words. Without further ado, let’s have a read of this wonderful guest post… Guest Post Hi! My name’s Samiksha, and I’m thirteen years old, hello from London! I live with my parents and little brother. I recently found out…

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    What did I read in February?

    Hello everyone, you may have noticed I’ve been a busy bee over the last month where reading is concerned. Since it’s easy to miss seeing my latest reviews on Twitter, I thought I’d drop a quick blog post with all the wonderful books I read or reviewed last month. I was so grateful to be a part of some brilliant blog book tours with Random Things Tours. Circe by Madeline Miller Circe was an interesting look into Greek mythology. As I mentioned in my full review, I’ve never been engrossed in Greek mythology but was always aware of it and interested to learn more. The thing about Circe is that…

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    BOOK TOUR: The Last Snow by Stina Jackson [Review]

    **This book was sent to me in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Random Things Tours and Corvus Books for giving me the opportunity to review The Last Snow.** Summary The small village, Ödesmark, has been abandoned by most of its inhabitants, but Liv Björnlund remains. Liv, her son, Simon, and her father, Vidar, are the talk of the town and the other villagers have spread several scathing rumours about them over the years. Everyone thinks they’re strange, and Vidar is one of the town’s most hated inhabitants. No-one can understand why Liv has never left the village, and not escaped from her fathers tyrannical grasp. An interesting piece…